Full blog available here: http://mogden92.blogspot.com/ Welcome to my blog. This is new for me as it is for you. Allow me to briefly cover the goals of this blog. First and foremost, it is a way for me to keep you updated on my life, primarily woodworking. Woodworking is one of the biggest aspects of my life and something I never get tired of talking about or doing. However if there are other out-of-the-ordinary events that I am taking part in aside from woodwork, you may see a lit...
Throughout my life, I have had incidents where fate comes in and seems to give me a push in a direction that, in hindsight, seems to be where I needed to launch to begin the next leg of the journey. A few days ago, I responded to a Dremel update on Facebook and won a new tool to add to my collection. In the process, I met a woodworker named Jordan Straker who befriended me on Facebook and recommended this site. So now I am here and all moved in to my new virtual workshop and already feel quit...
Thanks for all the kind welcomes! I look forward to (hopefully) adding to the other great projects on the site. Also, as per your warnings, I’ve already figured out that this site is addictive!! I just ordered my table saw on Sunday and should have it by Friday! LOL
Todd, what a cool idea with your new “Welcome to LJ video”. In case anybody missed it, here it is: I’m sure that everybody is looking forward to new episodes from Todd A. Clippinger- American Craftsman – Productions ;)
I found this site accidentally…Boy, I love accidents like this! This site is so awesome for a newbie woodworker. The welcome I’ve received here has been tremendous! I’ve spent way to much time browsing through projects. I have found many great creations that have inspired me to try new projects of my own. I have learned so much just by hanging out here. I have browsed through a bunch of the videos and am now ready to try inlay and dovetails. All of which scared the be...
First post, and might i express my extreme gratification with the Lumberjock community and the extensive features provided by this website and its administrators! Within minutes of signing up to become a member i was already receiving welcome messages from many of the top posters within this community. This is important for a number of reasons, first it acts to break the ice and demonstrated the real openness of this community. Next it really enticed me to actively participate within the c...
Spent this weekend pressing clay tiles. Used up 100 pounds of p-clay or sculptors clay in about 25 different handmade molds made from my mahoagny carvings. 70 tiles. Esimate 3 or 4 kiln loads. Largest tile is over twelve inches high. Smallest is about 4 inches.
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